One Of Mandurah’s Much-Anticipated Wooden Giants Will Be Making Its Way To Perth!

Thomas Dambo Giants Of Mandurah
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We don’t think it’s a stretch to say that most of the State is pretty dang excited for the Australian-first exhibition Giants of Mandurah, from world-renowned Danish artist Thomas Dambo.

When we shared the news this incredible-looking exhibition will be landing in Mandurah in November, the feedback was resoundingly flush with pure excitement.

And fair enough, his previous exhibitions look amazing:

Thomas Dambo's iconic troll sculptures are coming to Mandurah this year.

Today FORM State Of Creativity and the City Of Subiaco have revealed that one of Dambo’s “lost” giants will be making its way to the leafy western suburb, parking up at an yet-to-be-disclosed location.

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“After accidentally being separated from their Giant friends, this particularly curious Giant has wandered off on their very own adventure. We have it on very good authority that after embarking on a long journey from Mandurah and seeing many of the beautiful sites of Western Australia, it is due to arrive in the leafy surrounds of Subiaco on the 12th of November,” Dambo said.

The whimsical wooden giants will be installed in secret locations throughout Mandurah (and one in Subi) for visitors to find with the help of a trail map and traveller’s companion, designed to be “a journey of self-discovery and a game for the young and young-at-heart.”

“The City of Subiaco is excited to be bringing the international magic of Giants to our corner of WA,” said City of Subiaco Mayor David McMullen. “I encourage everyone of all ages to come along on this captivating journey of discovery to find our Giant.”

The Giants of Mandurah has been initiated and produced by FORM Building a State of Creativity and delivered in collaboration with the City of Mandurah.

You can find out more via the dedicated Giants Of Mandurah Website.